Charles F Stein

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Charles F
Stein

Stein Sr, Charles F.
Passed away peacefully on November 18, 2013 at the age of 74 to join his bride Judith. Father of Ann Marie (Todd) Frank, Debra Ann Stein, Charles F. (Robin) Stein Jr., and Steven R. (Amanda) Stein. Grandfather of 11 loving grandchildren. Brother of Sandra T. Stein. Also survived by his companion Theresa Armbruster, other relatives and friends.

Visitation will be Thursday at the FUNERAL HOME from 4 to 7 pm. Mass of Christian Burial Friday at 10 am at St. Gregory the Great Parish (3160 S. 63 rd St) Charles was a 37 year retired veteran of the Milwaukee Police Department and a 27 year retired veteran of the United States Army Reserves. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Gregory the Great Parish appreciated.

Heritage Funeral Homes
Klemmer-Scheuerell-Johnson-Reiss
6615 W. Oklahoma Ave. 414-321-7440

Past Comments

Al Quosig

Charlie was a long time, I believe a charter member, of the Milw. Police Officers Conservation & Sportsman’s Club. His quick wit and thoughtful insight will be sorely missed. RIP Charlie!!

Al Quosig
Pres. MPOC&S Club

Connie

My thoughts are with you & your family…take care Annabelle.

Connie S.

ANN MARIE

Lit a candle in memory of Charles F Stein

Bill Drees

It was always a pleasure working with Charley. We had many good times together.

Deanna Ingrelli

I met Charlie through Bob Jansen and Randy Rakowski. The four of us played cribbage on a weekly basis for quite some time. Charlie was my partner and nothing slipped by him. Those were the days. It was a pleasure to be his friend. You will be missed, but you were very much loved by all.

Deanna Ingrelli

LeRoy Johnson

I’ve only known ” Senior” for a few short years, but in that time I have always enjoyed his company, his sense of humor, his acceptance of me into his family and especially his legacy…he raised some damn fine kids !!! He will be missed just as much as he will be remembered, one great guy.

LeRoy

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